Month: December 2006

    2006 Christmas Letter

    Two thousand and six– what a year. Some professional football team won the Super bowl, the Democrats won a majority in both houses of Congress, and almost all of humanity was destroyed in an unexpected large-scale thermonuclear attack from a previously unknown Cylon attack force. Hold on—I might be confusing things that happened on television with stuff outside television. Now that I think about it, it was the Cylons who won the Superbowl, and the Dallas Cowboys who destroyed the twelve colonies of mankind. In an unrelated note, I finished Netflix-ing the first two seasons of the SciFi Channel series […]

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    Stupid Radio Station

    So I’m sitting in bumper to bumper traffic by the Fort Collins Mall in a rather feeble attempt to deliver UPS packages out of a Budget Rental truck 24 hours after a storm front dumped two feet of snow along the entire front range.  I’m not sure, but I think I kind of lost it when I started yelling at the radio, “Damnit! Why are you playing the exact same song that girl at the Karaoke Bar sang seven years ago that I totally fell for, even though she was totally unimpressed when I sang the jingle about the metric system […]

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